Q&A: Are There Adverse Effects To Frequent Masturbation?

Masturbation is a common way for both men and women to enjoy the bodies they live in. Some people find that masturbation helps them to relax after a stressful day or to fall asleep at night. Masturbation can also help men and women to learn what they life, in terms of sexual touch and pace, so that they can share this information with a partner.

Q&A: I Don’t Get Wet And I Have Never Experienced Orgasm

Sometimes medications – such as low-dose estrogen birth control pills – are thought to contribute to difficulties with vaginal lubrication. Other times, certain medical conditions may play a role. Depending on the situation, a healthcare provider may recommend the use of a vaginal moisturizer to help maintain a sense of vaginal wetness and comfort.

Q&A: I Can’t Orgasm When I Masturbate In Front Of My Boyfriend

Women’s experiences of pleasure and orgasm often change throughout life, in response to pregnancy, birth, health conditions, menopause, stress, and aging. Learning to talk about sexuality and how to make sex feel better for both of you will better situate you both for a lifetime of sexual enjoyment and exploration.

Q&A: My Clitoris And Vulva Are Fusing Together. Is This Okay?

The glans clitoris sometimes seems to fuse to the clitoral hood. Changes to the structre of the vulva, whether to the clitoris or the vaginal lips, can occur as part of menopause, when estrogen levels decrease, or as a result of a genital skin condition such as one called lichen sclerosus.